23
Jul
09

Axioms

Just finished reading Axioms by Bill Hybels today.  At the risk of sounding like Forest Gump, this book is like opening up a box of chocolates.  Each chapter is like 1of 76 pieces of chocolate with a little bit of coconut or strawberry or buttercream in the middle.  There are only a couple that I didn’t find particularly delightful like mint and hard toffee. 

He divides the book into four subject areas: 1. Vision and Strategy 2. Teamwork and Communication 3. Activity and Assessment 4. Personal Integrity. The chapters are a few pages at the most  so it makes the book digestible.   It would serve as a catalyst for change in any church I am sure.  At minimum, the reader is required to take an honest look at himself and his organization. It is full of little tidbits on how to improve one’s own scope and depth of influence as well.  I thoroughly enjoyed the read.

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